Three ex-News of the World staff plead guilty in Phone-hacking trial. Prosecution reveals news editors admitted charges as it outlines case against Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and others.
Three former News of the World employees have pleaded guilty to phone hacking charges, an Old Bailey jury was told this afternoon, as part of the opening of the trial of Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson, Brooks’s husband and four other former employees of the now closed Sunday newspaper.
The crown prosecutor revealed that the individuals had already pleaded guilty at an earlier stage in proceedings, as he outlined to the court that News of the World was at the centre of three criminal conspiracies dating back to the year 2000, involving the two former editors.
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